Noun(1) the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used(2) general acceptance or use(3) the property of belonging to the present time
(1) The 45 became pop's day-to-day currency .(2) that attitude has no currency in this country(3) Past glories are a pretty shaky currency with which to trade as the ever-glamorous Glenn might be about to find out.(4) that theory gained currency(5) A brief story about its use appeared last November but didn't gain wider currency .(6) travelers checks in foreign currency(7) In our day the false currency of meaningless words has been made to circulate in quantity.(8) travellers cheques in foreign currency(9) The idea may have gained currency that he is a bit of a saint, what with all his campaigning.(10) It is only in the last 10 to 15 years that alternative views have begun to gain currency .(11) In some, ideas of wider participation gained currency and even implementation.(12) A consensus persists that the single European currency is undervalued at present levels and should recover over the medium term.(13) The perception that he is a stranger to the truth has gained universal currency - on very good grounds.(14) Because of currency devaluations, many people started to collect antiques as an investment.(15) Why has this term become common currency amongst students of international politics?(16) The term was also used as a verb and, in the days of its currency , a petardier was the individual charged with the explosion of the petard.
(1) foreign currency :: udenlandsk valuta
1. money ::
2. prevalence ::
Different Formsconcurrency, currencies, currency
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